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Children's pre-k outcomes and classroom quality in Georgia's Pre-K Program: Findings from the 2013-2014 evaluation study

The purpose of the 2013-2014 Georgia's Pre-K Program Evaluation was to examine the learning outcomes for children and the quality of their classrooms during pre-k, as the baseline year of the pre-k through third-grade longitudinal study. The primary evaluation questions addressed included: What are the learning outcomes for children attending Georgia's Pre-K Program? What factors predict better learning outcomes for children? What is the quality of children's experiences in Georgia's Pre-K classrooms? To address these questions, the evaluation study included a random sample of 199 Georgia's Pre-K classrooms and a sample of 1,169 children attending these classrooms. Researchers conducted individual child assessments near the beginning and end of the pre-k year to examine growth in children's skills. (author abstract)
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United States

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